THE ANC UNDERGROUND IN SOUTH AFRICA TO 1976, a social and historical study

: Suttner (R.)

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198 pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2008.

 

Drawing on oral testimony Raymond Suttner discusses how, after the ANC's banning in 1960 and the imprisonment of it's leaders, internally based ANC activists, sometimes working independently of the ANC in exile and sometimes in combination, reconstituted networks within South Africa and continued with underground activities.

Raymond Suttner is Professor and Head of the Walter and Albertina Sisulu Knowledge and Heritage Unit within the School for Graduate Studies at the University of South Africa. During the apartheid era he was jailed for his activities as an ANC underground operative, described in his book, "Inside Apartheid's Prison" (2001).